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WorldAsiaOrban: the threat of a world war is not exaggerated

Orban: the threat of a world war is not exaggerated

Warnings about the risk of a world war due to the situation in Ukraine are not exaggerated, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban said in an interview with Hungary Today.

According to him, he sees a real risk of the outbreak of a third world war.

“I’m sure the threat of a world war is not exaggerated,” he said.

Orbán noted that in Hungary it seems natural that if the war becomes more bloody and brutal, with more than 100,000 casualties on both sides, it will make people stop, and those who support the conflict from outside will also tend to move towards peace.

At the same time, Orban added that, despite the growing brutality of the conflict, the number of European leaders advocating a ceasefire and peace is not increasing.

Earlier, Orban said Western countries had made a mistake in underestimating Russia’s ability to adapt to sanctions. He noted that Russia demonstrated this quality in 2015, when, following the first sanctions, it banned the import of food from the EU in response.

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